Go and wake up your luck! – End of Week Reading with the Dreaming Way Lenormand

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“Go and wake up your luck.” – Persian Proverb

Our Moon has moved into Pisces our dreamer; let your imagination wander into the most fabulous places. Our Leo Sun will help us turn them into reality!

At the end of the week, I pulled the Clover, card 2, 6 of Diamonds and the Child, card 13, Jack of Spades. (published and used with the permission of U.S. Games Systems. c. 2016. All right reservedhttps://www.usgamesinc.com/Dreaming-Way-Lenormand/) I love the quote in the companion book, “Go and wake up your luck.” – Persian Proverb The clover is my lucky talisman so I always look for this card when I receive a new Lenormand deck. The Clover’s key words are luck, opportunity, growth synchronicity and the Child’s are something new, inexperienced, small, youthfulness. These two cards shows us a lucky beginning or new growth. It can show a child that will bring good luck or a happy child or unexpected pregnancy. So at the end of the week we can have a wee bit of luck knocking at our door and find a small break!  I hope you have had fun playing with me with the Dreaming Way Lenormand this week!

You can view the video for the week on my YouTube channel, Maggie Moon Tarot www.youtube.com/user/maggiemoontarot/videos or click here: https://youtu.be/RhzAyYu5s54 and also subscribe!

Brightest Blessings,

Maggie Lukowski – Maggie Moon Tarot                                                               Transformational and Manifestation Life Coach, Tarot Reader, Numerologist, Spirit/Channeler & Energy Therapist 

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